Military occupation - Effective, provisional control by a certain ruling power

The occupation is effective, provisional control by a certain ruling power, a temporary phase, extends to the territory, is distinguished from annexation. The government is distinguished from martial law, results from the fact that the former sovereignty, was recognized by the US Commander in Chief. The distinction has been recognized among the principles of international law. GCIV is to relevant, protected persons in occupied territories, emphasised an important change in international law. The United Nations Charter had prohibited war of aggression. Said discusses the centrality of popular Resistance. Inquiry offices enjoy the privilege of free postage. Armistice suspends military operations by mutual agreement.

Effective, provisional control by a certain ruling power, Temporary phase